Limp Bizkit guitarist Wes Borland, who’s a driving and creative force in rock music outside of LB as well, has confirmed that the veteran band is hitting the studio after a delay. Said delay was, according to Borland, due to the devastating California wildfires that have gone on for weeks now. The new record is as of yet untitled, but whenever it releases, it’ll be their first new record since 2011’s Gold Cobra – a solid record in its own right.
Borland also posted a video on Instagram below, where he demoes out what appears likely to be new Limp Bizkit riffs. Exciting news for the band, who still manage to reign in massive crowds wherever they go. Of course, the band has sold over 40 million records in their career, so this shouldn’t be much of a surprise.